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Map of Peachtree City Fire StationsThe Department has four stations:
Leach Station (#81)
110 Paschall Road

Directions
  • Engine/Pumper
  • Advanced Life Support Ambulance
  • 104 foot Tower/Ladder
  • Engine/Pumper - Reserve
  • Rescue Boat

Leach Station is the training facility site, which includes a two story “burn building” and roof simulator. The station is named after Myron D. “Brother” Leach, the Founder and First Chief of the Department.

Neely Station (#82)
105 Peachtree Parkway North
(770) 631-2526 
Directions 
  • Administrative Offices 
  • Engine/Pumper
  • Advanced Life Support Ambulance
  • Squad Truck with Compressed Air Foam System
  • Battalion Chief
  • Ambulance - Reserve
  • Life Safety Education Bus

The station is named after Stanley Neely, a Founding Member of the Department

Weber Station (#83)
Peachtree Parkway South
 
Directions
  • Engine/Pumper
  • Advanced Life Support Ambulance
  • Hazardous Material Response Truck

The station is named after Rev. John Weber, a Founding Member of the Department

Satterthwaite Station (#84)
451 Crabapple Lane 
Directions
  • Quint (Engine/Pumper/Ladder)
  • Engine/Pumper
  • Advanced Life Support Ambulance
  • Jet Ski & Rescue Boats
  • Water Rescue Support Vehicle
  • Mini-pumper or brush truck
  • Restored original 1949 Chevy Engine/Pumper

The station is named after Sallie Satterthwaite, a Founding Member of the Department.

Rev. Weber and Ms. Satterthwaite continue their long tradition of distinguished service as active citizens and servants in Peachtree City.